WWE Schedule 2015: Pay-Per-View Names, Dates and Locations Revealed

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistJanuary 7, 2015

This graphic released by the WWE shows the logo for the new WWE network. The WWE Network launches Feb. 24, 2014 as a streaming service for $9.99 per month with a six-month commitment and will include all 12 pay-per-view events. (AP Photo/WWE)
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There is a great deal of excitement surrounding the WWE product currently with the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania 31 approaching, but there is plenty of intrigue surrounding the 2015 pay-per-view schedule as whole too.  

Although WWE has yet to make official announcements regarding the names, dates and locations for their pay-per-view events this year, SkySports.com has released a full listing:

2015 WWE PPV Schedule
Royal RumbleJan. 25PhiladelphiaWells Fargo Center
Fast LaneFeb. 22Memphis, TennesseeFedExForum
WrestleMania XXXIMarch 29Santa Clara, CaliforniaLevi's Stadium
Extreme RulesApril 26ChicagoAllstate Arena
PaybackMay 17BaltimoreRoyal Farms Arena
Money in the BankJune 14Columbus, OhioNationwide Arena
BattlegroundJuly 19St. LouisScottrade Arena
SummerSlamAug. 23East Rutherford, New JerseyIzod Center
Night of ChampionsSept. 20HoustonToyota Center
Hell in a CellOct. 25Los AngelesStaples Center
Survivor SeriesNov. 22AtlantaPhilips Arena
TLCDec. 13BostonTD Garden

There aren't many significant differences between the 2015 and 2014 schedules with the exception of Elimination Chamber being changed to Fast Lane. With only one WWE World Heavyweight Championship currently, the need for a Chamber match has lessened, especially if Brock Lesnar remains the titleholder.

Also, a few events will take place a bit earlier in 2015, including WrestleMania XXXI, which will be held on March 29 rather than its usual April slot.

That change also moves Extreme Rules from May to April and Payback from June to May.

In addition to that, SummerSlam has been moved from its traditional home base in Los Angeles to the New York City area for 2015. In its place, L.A. will instead host Hell in a Cell.

WWE could certainly opt to make some changes if it so chooses since it has refrained from making this schedule official, however, all signs point to this being the pay-per-view outlook for 2015.

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